Jenny Strasburg, Wall Street Journal

Jenny Strasburg

Wall Street Journal

United Kingdom

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Past articles by Jenny:

U.K. Cybersecurity Chief Pivots to New Coronavirus Threats

For the 45-year-old chief of the U.K. National Cyber Security Centre, protecting hospitals and other critical infrastructure central to the virus response from cyberattacks is a priority. → Read More

Investors who fought to save Credit Suisse CEO Thiam hastened his demise

Tidjane Thiam quit after months of pressure as the Swiss bank’s board ran out of patience with fallout from a spying scandal → Read More

Activist Elliott Management builds $2.5bn stake in SoftBank

Activist fund pushes for stock buybacks and for the tech giant to improve corporate governance to boost share price → Read More

Deutsche-Cerberus advisory agreement to end

Cerberus has been a paid adviser and a top shareholder of the German lender → Read More

Deutsche Bank Cites Progress in Turnaround

The German lender said it is making progress cutting costs and stabilizing businesses weakened from revenue declines in its effort to convince investors that an ambitious five-month-old reorganization is on track. → Read More

Deutsche Bank Agrees to Pay €15 Million in Money-Laundering Probe

The investigation that featured a high-profile raid of the bank’s Frankfurt headquarters in November 2018 is now closed. → Read More

Deutsche Bank Approved Property Sale to Russian Businessman Despite Internal Objections

Deutsche Bank officials approved the sale of a chunk of Silicon Valley real estate to a Russian businessman despite concerns from its U.S. reputational risk committee, according to documents and people familiar with the matter. → Read More

Deutsche Bank Suffers Another Quarterly Loss as Restructuring Bites

The German lender posted its second straight quarterly loss, as it absorbed costs from its sweeping restructuring and its key fixed-income business performed poorly. → Read More

Credit Suisse chief Thiam faces spy scandal fallout without inner circle

Tidjane Thiam leans heavily on a close inner circle to enforce and execute strategy at Switzerland’s second-biggest bank → Read More

Consultant linked to Credit Suisse spying case reported dead

Unidentified consultant who connected bank with private investigators is said to have died by suicide → Read More

Private spy: Credit Suisse scandal captivates Swiss banking

Credit Suisse expects to reveal its findings into what went wrong on the streets of Zurich and who knew about the sleuthing → Read More

Epstein used opaque charity account at Deutsche for own benefit

Gratitude America attempted to transfer money to St. Thomas foundation in lieu of Epstein paying Virgin Islands fine directly → Read More

Deutsche managed Jeffrey Epstein’s private wealth for years

Epstein used the bank’s private-wealth division to hold and manage assets connected to him, clients or entities he was affiliated with for a number of years → Read More

Deutsche Bank Second-Quarter Restructuring Charge Is Bigger Than Expected

Deutsche Bank reported a loss of more than $3.5 billion in the second quarter, reflecting the pain of a large restructuring charge that wiped out what would have been a modest profit. → Read More

DoJ probes Deutsche Bank over dealings with Malaysian fund 1MDB

Justice Department looking into whether German bank violated foreign corruption or anti-money-laundering laws → Read More

Deutsche Bank to Exit Global Equities, Trading Business

Deutsche Bank moved to gut its global ambitions as a trading powerhouse, retreating to its German banking roots in a radical overhaul to try to save itself after years of decline. → Read More

Deutsche Bank’s Investment Banking Chief to Leave Embattled Lender

Deutsche Bank’s investment banking chief Garth Ritchie has agreed to leave the embattled German lender, according to a person familiar with the matter. → Read More

Deutsche Bank looks to shift big chunk of Wall Street business

German lender has held talks with Citi, BNP Paribas and others over possible sale or transfer of trading technology and parts of prime brokerage unit → Read More

Deutsche Bank is considering up to 20,000 job cuts

Job losses would likely take place over more than a year, with the pain and costs spread across regions and businesses → Read More

Deutsche Bank’s equities chief expected to leave

Deutsche Bank is planning to overhaul its investment bank and could see the closure of large portions of its money-losing equities business → Read More